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War in Ukraine

EXCLUSIVE The Putin Doctrine: Trump Military Study Explains Why Putin May Escalate Nuclear Threats

, 4 March 2022
A US Army study commissioned by Trump’s Secretary of the Army warned that a Russian ‘information blitzkrieg’ which began in 2014 could go nuclear if Putin believed he was losing a conventional war

Could Ukraine Mark a Turning Point for Western Democracy?

, 4 March 2022
After years of turning a blind eye to Vladimir Putin's aggression, the West finally appears to be uniting against him – as Ukraine continues to pay the cost

Ukraine's Refugees and Racialised Borders

, 4 March 2022
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has laid bare the contradictory position of central and eastern Europeans within the racial hierarchies that structure Europe’s border regimes, argue Dr Charlotte Galpin and Professor Sara Jones

EXCLUSIVE ‘We Don't Know If We Have A Future’: Ukrainians in the UK Speak

, 3 March 2022
Ukrainians living in the UK tell of their heartbreak about the situation in their home country – while those from neighbouring nations share solidarity

Boris Johnson Lets Russian Oligarchs ‘Get Away With It’ As Sanctions Reprieve to Last for Months

, 3 March 2022
The Prime Minister denies donation from senior figure at Russia's second largest bank was behind decision to hand them a one-month reprieve from sanctions, reports Adam Bienkov

Fascistic Myths of Empire: The Far Right Philosophy Driving Putin

, 3 March 2022
In the second of her two-part series looking at Russian oligarch funding and far-right disinformation, Sian Norris examines the warped worldview inspiring Putin's aggression

EXCLUSIVE Wife of Arms Deal Broker Donates £300,000 to Conservatives

, 3 March 2022
The elite Conservative donor has now given more than £1.7 million to the party in recent years, reports Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE Trump Military Study Saw Brexit as ‘First Step’ in Russian ‘Information Blitzkrieg’ on West

, 2 March 2022
A US Army study commissioned by the former President's Secretary of the Army warned that a global information war launched by Putin in 2014 could escalate into a display of Russian power in Eastern Europe

Millions of Russian Roubles Funded Far-Right Discord in Europe

, 2 March 2022
In the first of a two part investigation, Sian Norris reveals the phenomenal funding by Russian oligarchs and their US allies of anti-gender, religious-right influence wars

The Ukraine War Has Exposed the UK’s Russia Delusion

, 2 March 2022
Successive governments have chased Russian roubles while ignoring geopolitical reality, reports Sam Bright

The Economic Crime Bill Doesn’t Nearly Go Far Enough

, 2 March 2022
If the Government really want to seize the assets of Russian oligarchs, the Economic Crime Bill doesn’t go far enough, says Gareth Roberts

EXCLUSIVE Ukraine is Just the Beginning: Secret Document Reveals Putin’s Long War on Europe

, 1 March 2022
A previously unreported internal US military analysis suggests the invasion of Ukraine is a culmination of Putin’s 15-year plan to dominate Eurasia, in revenge against NATO expansion

The Conservatives Have a Long History of Taking Money From Russia

, 1 March 2022
TJ Coles explores the Conservative Party’s decades-long attempts to schmooze Russian oligarchs

EXCLUSIVE Stuck in Limbo: UK Asylum and Immigration System in Post-Brexit Turmoil

, 1 March 2022
The UK’s floundering border arrangements offer little solace to desperate Ukrainians fleeing war, reports Sam Bright

Boris Johnson's Gesture Politics Won't Help Ukrainian Refugees

, 1 March 2022
The Prime Minister's rhetoric about helping the Ukrainian people under a savage assault by Russian troops has not been backed up by action, reports Adam Bienkov

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